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  • publish.illinois.edu | A blog and microsite publishing service for the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    details preview makes viewing and editing any amount of media in sequence a snap The content editing experience is better than ever The visual editor now expands to fit your content A fixed toolbar in the editor when you scroll Embeddable content previews right in the visual editor Better workflow for finding and installing plugins A new grid view adds some visual flair to finding and installing plugins bringing relevant plugin info front and center For more information about WordPress 4 0 visit https codex wordpress org Version 4 0 Please contact consult illinois edu if you have any issues Posted in Uncategorized Leave a reply WordPress updated to 3 9 1 Posted on May 29 2014 by Mike Bohlmann Reply We updated WordPress to the latest version tonight The latest update includes the 3 9 and 3 9 1 updates which have such features as improved media insertion improved image editing image galleries and better live previews Please contact us at pie support illinois edu if you run into problems Posted in Uncategorized Leave a reply Post navigation Older posts Support Need help Please contact the CITES Help Desk at consult illinois edu Request a site You are just

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  • About | publish.illinois.edu - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    staff to quickly and easily build a web site without resorting to off campus services WordPress was quickly identified as a platform on which we could address a significant portion of those needs and a group of collaborators came together to design and implement the service P I E Team Members Support Team Amy Hovious CITES Academic Technology Services Mike Bohlmann College of Media David Dashifen Kees College of Engineering IT Shared Services WordPress Administrators Amy Hovious CITES Academic Technology Services Mike Bohlmann College of Media David Dashifen Kees College of Engineering IT Shared Services System Administrators Stephen Butler CITES Academic Technology Services A special thanks to all those who helped make publish illinois edu happen publish illinois edu aka Campus WordPress Team Anthony Benjamin College of Engineering Engineering IT Mike Bohlmann College of Media Stephen Butler CITES Instructional Computing Sites David Dashifen Kees College of Engineering IT Shared Services Anne McKinney CITES Academic Technologies Services Don Meyer College of ACES ITCS Jason Smith College of Education Ryan Thomas College of Education Web Illinois Governance Committee Dr Betty Barrett School of Labor Employment Relations Gary Bernstein College of Fine Applied Arts Jack Brighton College of Media David Gerstenecker College of

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  • What is a microsite? | publish.illinois.edu - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    microsite A microsite is a web site that has a small number of pages usually no more than one or two dozen pages Once the pages are created they are usually not altered very often if at all To give you more specific ideas here are some example microsites in our academic context Research Group A page about their group a page about their group members a page that lists

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  • Help Documentation | publish.illinois.edu - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Maximizing your storage space Using a custom domain Plugins Themes Site Name Policy Help Documentation Do you like to write documentation Are you interested in helping other users of p i e with the site Then you can write documentation too Leave a comment here and we ll get you started Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website

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  • Adding new users | publish.illinois.edu - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    to publish illinois edu use the Add New User form at the bottom If you are adding someone who is at the University of Illinois you should use their illinois edu email address as both their username and their email address WordPress Roles This is adapted from the WordPress documentation at wordpress org Administrator Somebody who has access to all the administration features of the site Editor Somebody who can

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  • Combating Comment Spam on PIE | publish.illinois.edu - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Here are a few suggestions to help you out with PIE and comment spam An article from WordPress Combating Comment Spam http codex wordpress org Combating Comment Spam Some Helpful Plugins Spam Free WordPress This plugin is recommended to help block comment spam Delete Pending Comments This plugin is a fast way to delete ALL pending comments Be sure you wish to delete them all before proceeding This plugin is

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  • Inserting images using Flickr | publish.illinois.edu - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    about quota This post explains the process of how to do that using Flickr STEP 1 UPLOAD TO FLICKR The first step is to create a Flickr account and upload your images Flickr is a freemium image hosting service that allows you to upload 200 photos for free If you decide to pay for an account 25 for a year you can upload an unlimited number of photos at very high resolution STEP 2 LOCATE IMAGE AND GET THE IMAGE URL Once you have your images uploaded go to the specific image you would like to put into a page Click on the view in light box button to view the full image This will show you a large copy of your image but you will likely want to choose a smaller version Click on the View all sizes button in the upper right and you can click through different sizes of your image Usually you don t want something bigger than 500 pixels wide directly in a post Once you see the size of the image you want right click or control click if you use a Mac on the image and choose copy image URL or the analogous option in whatever web browser you are using STEP 3 EMBED AND LINK THE IMAGE Now go back to WordPress to insert the image into your post Click at the start of a paragraph you would like to have aligned to the image Click the Add an image button just above your editing window Click the From URL tab to get the options for inserting an image by URL Image URL Paste the URL you copied in Step 2 Image Title Enter a title for the image Alternate Text Descriptive text for the image useful for people who are visually

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  • Maximizing your storage space | publish.illinois.edu - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    taken with a smartphone is probably at least 2056 pixels wide sometimes bigger and sometimes smaller When you insert that picture into a post WordPress resizes it for you but the original is still there taking up space If you resize the image before uploading you can save a lot of space The following image was originally 2056 x 1536 and took up 961 KB almost an entire MB Using the free tool picresize com I resized the image to 25 of its original size or 514 x 384 and the file is now 58 KB The image is still large enough to get a lot of detail but I can now upload 16 images for the same amount of space as the single bigger image The size savings are even more dramatic if you are using pictures from a more traditional camera I could make the image even smaller if I wanted to have it just be to the side of the text Videos and Other Files WordPress uses a standard called oEmbed which allows you to easily embed items from other sites like YouTube Vimeo and SlideShare To use it just put the address for what you would

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